I've always been a dreamer and an explorer and I've been creating since I was was 4. I remember my first artistic critique was in junior kindergarten when a supply teacher told me my stick figure was missing it's torso- oops! As a teenager, trips downtown on the GO Train kept me curious, as I would spend hours staring at the latest photography exhibition at the AGO before endlessly flipping through CDs at the record stores on Queen Street West.
At university, my photography focused on memory, place, and home. Today, I apply that sensitivity to the weddings I shoot and the relationships I develop with my couples. But don't get me wrong, being the youngest of 5 children has definitely contributed to my joie de vivre, as I love to laugh, entertain, and amuse.
Today, I still explore. I love to travel and try to get away a couple times a year be it driving along the West Coast of the US, singing along to classic tunes in a Scottish pub, or trekking across the rice fields of China.
I love collaboration, and running Worker Bee Supply with my partner Eugen lets me be creative everyday while working with incredible artists. I'm constantly inspired by colour and design, and as a result have been published in some awesome Canadian magazines, such as Uppercase, Design Lines, and Chatelaine.
When it comes to your wedding day, I'll be there to make sure you enjoy every moment, and capture the ones you may have missed. And at the end of the night, once I've packed up my cameras, I may just join you on the dance floor. Just kidding. Maybe. I really love to dance!